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NOW OPEN: Nooch. A Vegan Eatery Moves To Little Italy

Sunday February 20th, 2022, 10:15am


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Nooch. a vegan eatery has reopened in a new space in Little Italy, where Motor Burger once was.

The new location is being greatly enjoyed by the owners, employees and customers alike as it is much larger than their previous location with many more spots for seated dining being available as a result.

“We’re excited to be back!” owner Keith Uruski says. “It has been a long and challenging two years,” he notes.

The restaurant had been closed since September 2021 due to unforeseen circumstances. Uruski says the move out of South Windsor was sort of last minute. Before that, they had been operating under the restrictions of the past years, largely on takeout, and seated dining when able. They opened back up this past week in February of 2022, but this time on Erie Street.

“We managed to get our entire old staff back, and are growing,” Uruski explains. “The fact all the staff came back lead me to believe we are doing something good here.”

Stephanie Chamko, co-owner, mentions how the new space is still so new to them but that “everyone has been super welcoming in the neighbourhood; it’s very neighbourly.”

After enjoying a busy soft-opening week, the team is ready to bring vegan comfort food to the area, as well as a variety of drinks, wine, desserts, and much more in the bright and welcoming space.

“We are super happy to be back, and be in Little Italy,” kitchen manager Allison Crozier exclaims. “We’re bringing a different flavour to the street, with different options in the new space that allows us to do more. More awesomeness is coming from the kitchen!”

The new space features not only more than double of the seating space, but also a large bar area, and various television sets throughout the establishment.

(left to right) Keith Uruski, owner, stands with Stephanie Chamko, co-owner, and Allison Crozier, kitchen manager, in the new space for Nooch.

Much more is to come at nooch. a vegan eatery, as they continue to build in to and become comfortable in the new location. Fan favourites have returned to the menu, with the addition of previously popular specials, and that is just the start.

Check out the new spot for yourself at 888 Erie Street East, keep up to date with what’s new on their Facebook page here and website here.

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